Thai police stand guard at Erawan Shrine in Bangkok August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A vow by Thailand's junta to rid the country of foreign criminals has netted an unlikely group of outlaws – elderly bridge players.Police and military volunteers raided a bridge club Wednesday in Pattaya, a resort town renowned for its go-go bars and links with organized crime, arresting 32 foreigners, most of them British. Police said those arrested included 12 British nationals, three Norwegians, three Swedes, two Australians, a German, a Dane, a Canadian, a New Zealander and one Dutch and one Irish national.
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